LFW: Ralph&Russo, J. Anderson
Ralph & Russo
The history of the brand Ralph&Russo can really be called incredible. The fashion house was founded in 2010, at the same time the first dress was born. Soon Ralph & Russo were spotted in the timetable at Paris Fashion Week, although the brand itself was founded in London by two Australians.
We all know that Ralph & Russo brand more often is found on the red carpet. After all, this brand positioned itself only as a couture. But last year, the business went up. And it was decided to open the line pret-a-port. Star clients of Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo asked about everyday looks. And for the second consecutive season we are seeing how the brand is developing in a new for it direction.
In the new collection of Ralph & Russo it was possible to see feminine dresses, strict suits with geometric shapes and an abundance of light tones. The brand strongly emphasizes that it is possible to look feminine and necessary every day! In the new season, designers Ralph & Russo advise you to turn to deep decollete, transparent fabrics, lace and flounces.
“The media make us fall into tantrums. We must return to the basics. To communicate with people, “- said Jonathan Anderson behind the scenesof the new collection.
The designer has changed the approach not only to the collection, but also to its presentation. The fashion show was organized as if it were held in someone’s house. Calm and expensive mansion, which housed works of art, carpets, corridors also became part of a kind of podium from Jonathan Anderson. Actually the theme of the new collection is art.
Since, Jonathan Anderson is mostly a designer of men’s fashion, he has given some masculinity to female images from the new collection.
In general, the collection is still just executed in color, but with texture, Jonathan played perfectly. The collection includes striped dresses of direct cut, voluminous sweaters, leather skirts, tops and complicated dresses with a long sleeve. The designer decided to emphasize the style with the help of tops with a trace of bones from a bra or baggy torn skirts.